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AGS Members' Day 2015 - HS2 Presentation

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AGS Members' Day 2015
HS2 Presentation on Ground Investigations, Health & Safety.

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AGS Members' Day 2015 - HS2 Presentation

  1. 1. High SpeedTwo Ground Investigation Joe Murphy Senior Health and Safety Manager, HS2 Ltd
  2. 2. What are we doing differently?
  3. 3. Context - An introduction to HS2 GI • Our values • The route • Background • Our requirements
  4. 4. Safety Respect Leadership Integrity We design safety into everything we do We treat other people the way that we want to be treated We are all responsible for our deliverables – collectively and individually We always act professionally We look after one another, creating a safe and secure work environment We listen to people without pre- judgement We take timely decisions and communicate them effectively We are honest and open with information whenever we can be We keep our information secure We work as a team, communicating across the project We aim to be world-class and to learn from other projects When we cannot be open we explain why We make sure we understand the effect our decisions will have on other groups and individuals We celebrate our successes and strive to improve on them We always aim for the highest standards of public service, in our conduct and care with public money Our values
  5. 5. Strength through connectivity
  6. 6. High SpeedTwo network • PhaseTwo Leeds and Manchester (opening 2032-33) • Phase One London toWest Midlands (opening 2026)
  7. 7. Birmingham Interchange London Euston Birmingham Curzon Street Streethay WCMLTie-in North Portal ChilternTunnel Old Oak Common Structure: Area model
  8. 8. Total funding envelope
  9. 9. Key construction statistics 230km TOTAL ROUTE LENGTH 53km TOTAL LENGTH IN TUNNELS 74km TOTAL LENGTH IN CUTTINGS 152 STRUCTURES UNDERBRIDGES 145 STRUCTURES OVER BRIDGES 128 mt TOTALVOLUME OF EXCAVATED MATERIAL (90% TO BE RE USED) 31 MAIN COMPOUNDS FOR CONSTRUCTION 299 SATELLITE COMPOUNDS
  10. 10. All dependent on high quality ground investigation
  11. 11. Health and safety is absolutely intrinsic to the way we work
  12. 12. Context In 2013/14 there were: • 133 workers killed at work • 77,593 other injuries to employees were reported under RIDDOR • 629,000 injuries occurred at work according to the Labour Force Survey • 6,140 new applications for Industrial Injuries disablement Benefit (other than mesothelioma) • For every one person killed on site, 100 died from a occupational health condition
  13. 13. Construction of the BrazilianWorld Cup venues vs. Development of the London 2012 venues
  14. 14. Brazil 2014 – thousands of accidents
  15. 15. Brazil 2014 – eight deaths in two years
  16. 16. “Deadly accidents have become more frequent as the pressure to complete the job intensifies. Since November workers have been killed at the rate of roughly one a month” The Guardian, May 2014
  17. 17. London 2012 – no fatalities
  18. 18. How did they do it? • Safety clearly set as a priority • Empowerment of contractors • Excellence • Consistent message • Communications • Good practice transfer • Achieving a positive health and safety culture • What does this mean to HS2?
  19. 19. Our aspirations
  20. 20. 22 Health and safety principles
  21. 21. Health and safety principles • Leadership and behaviour • Designing for health and safety • Workplace health and safety • Constructing safely • Performance and improvement • Engagement • Occupational health
  22. 22. Occupational health
  23. 23. So, what are we doing?
  24. 24. PAS 128 • The aim is to achieve clarity for those engaged in the detection and location of utilities
  25. 25. Reporting • Behaviour and culture
  26. 26. Hazard profile • A rolling look ahead at the site hazards and how they are going to be controlled
  27. 27. Improvement plan • Tell us how you are going to improve health and safety
  28. 28. Welfare • We want the best in class ‘Plan your worksite around the welfare’
  29. 29. Fatigue • Practical measures to control fatigue ‘Compliance with working time regulations alone is insufficient’
  30. 30. Setting a new standard
  31. 31. And the final word comes from our CEO “Health & safety may not be an instinctive part of your decision making, but it should be. It must always be the first consideration in anything that you do.You have my unwavering commitment that it will always be my first consideration, and I need it to be yours.” Simon Kirby, CEO
  32. 32. Thank you Q & A

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